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Real Estate and Construction

Protect your real property rights – from mechanics liens to landlord/tenant law.

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Real Estate and Construction

Protect your real property rights – from mechanics liens to landlord/tenant law.

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Real Estate Law

Regardless of your business or situation, your most significant asset may be the real estate you own or lease. The principles used to determine property rights have been developed over centuries and often contain pitfalls for the unwary. Whether inadvertently agreeing to assume costs/expenses or failing to protect your property from liens and encumbrances, you should consult with an attorney to protect your interests from hidden legal pitfalls.

Real Estate Transactions

Many typical real estate transactions may not require legal guidance to protect your rights. However, some real estate transactions contain hidden issues, whether involving the property’s title, boundary lines, or environmental contamination. Whether commercial or residential transactions, sometimes obtaining legal guidance before closing will save you from unforeseen problems later. Learn more about how a real estate transaction attorney can add value.

Landlord / Tenant Law

Do you have real property leased for commercial, residential or agricultural use? Is your business dependent upon the lease you have with the owner of the property upon which it is located? Your rights and obligations under a commercial lease are critical to your continued and long-term business plans.

Title or Boundary Disputes

Sometimes even fences, regardless of size, are not sufficient to cure boundary disputes. They may even be the source of contention with a neighbor. Perhaps you need to clean up an ambiguous property line that has lingered for years. Legal advice is critical when dealing with boundary line or title issues.

Foreclosure Law

Mr. Meyer has extensive experience in both commercial and residential foreclosure issues. The issues involved in foreclosures are often complex, and may involve general issues of workouts and renegotiating business debt. Please contact Meyer Law Office for more information.

Commercial construction site with crane

Real Estate Law

Regardless of your business or situation, your most significant asset may be the real estate you own or lease. The principles used to determine property rights have been developed over centuries and often contain pitfalls for the unwary.

Whether inadvertently agreeing to assume costs/expenses or failing to protect your property from liens and encumbrances, you should consult with an attorney to protect your interests from hidden legal pitfalls.

Real Estate Transactions

Many typical real estate transactions may not require legal guidance to protect your rights. However, some real estate transactions contain hidden issues, whether involving the property’s title, boundary lines, or environmental contamination. Whether commercial or residential transactions, sometimes obtaining legal guidance before closing will save you from unforeseen problems later. Learn more about how a real estate transaction attorney can add value.

Commercial construction site with crane

Landlord / Tenant Law

Do you have real property leased for commercial, residential or agricultural use? Is your business dependent upon the lease you have with the owner of the property upon which it is located?

Your rights and obligations under a commercial lease are critical to your continued and long-term business plans.

Title or Boundary Disputes

Sometimes even fences, regardless of size, are not sufficient to cure boundary disputes. They may even be the source of contention with a neighbor.

Perhaps you need to clean up an ambiguous property line that has lingered for years. Legal advice is critical when dealing with boundary line or title issues.

Foreclosure Law

Mr. Meyer has extensive experience in both commercial and residential foreclosure issues. The issues involved in foreclosures are often complex, and may involve general issues of workouts and renegotiating business debt. Please contact Meyer Law Office for more information.